Paul Spain is joined by Karl Wright (CIO - Datacom) and Sean Duca (Vice President and Regional Chief Security Officer for Asia Pacific - Palo Alto Networks) to discuss how cyber security really is a business risk, not just an IT problem.
Kiwisaver Tech Investing with Movac and Kiwiwealth, Tesla Battery Day news including sub NZ$50k autonomous electric car.
KPMG Cyber Security boss Philip Whitmore joins Paul Spain on NZ Tech Podcast to discuss the state of play from a security perspective and reveals some interesting details about the scale of invoicing scams locally.
Damon Kelly joins Paul Spain to discuss the tech news of the week and a little about his firm Enlighten Designs. Topics include Covid Tracing, an autonomous future and Huawei’s take on the Apple Watch. Listen to the Podcast here:
Jonathan Reichental is former Chief Information Office of the City of Palo Alto in Silicon Valley. On this episode of NZ Tech Podcast he talks with Paul Spain about Smart Cities.
Brett Roberts joins Paul Spain to discuss the news of the week – including the New Zealand Stock Exchange’s current woes with Distributed Denial of Service (DDOS) attacks taking them offline. Is this a situation where blame can be put locally or is this entirely on cyber criminals trying to extort funds out the NZX?
US based New Zealander Michael Howard has had a massive impact in reducing Cyber Security risk globally and currently advises on security in relation to Microsoft's Azure cloud computing services. eWeek magazine selected Michael as one of “The 100 Most Influential People in IT”, one of “The 25 Most Influential People at Microsoft” and one of “The 15 Most Influential People in Security.”
Paul Spain and Bill Bennett discuss the latest tech news including current geopolitical matters and share thoughts on the latest tech including the Samsung Note 20 Ultra, Jabra Evolve2 65 bluetooth headset, Jabra Panacast conferencing camera, Microsoft Surface Go 2 – and a first look at Huawei’s upcoming MateBook 13.
Paul Spain shares a unique opportunity to invite the world’s leading technology firms to establish innovation hubs in New Zealand. Tech leaders Rod Drury (Xero), Peter Beck (Rocket Lab), Anna Kominik (Wisk) and Bill O’Connor join in and share their thoughts too.
Understanding the United Kingdom’s Huawei ban, LPM Property Management client data leak, FordPass Connect arrives in NZ, GM go big on Electric Vehicles whilst BMW move into subscriptions, Samsung begins teasing the Galaxy Buds Live.
This week Renee Mateparae and Tony Agar of Spark NZ share insights on 5G and Internet of Things in New Zealand - along with discussing the tech news of the week.
Tech observer, Paul Spain, speaks with the editor of CIO - what's up with TikTok and Trump's rally? Are NZ Police freezing $140m linked to Cyber-crime? Will Netflix's Australian ‘Local Originals’ hire happen for NZ? Also, Rocket Lab and Apple's big mid-year announcements.
Simon Che de Boer, virtual reality content creator, delve into updates on COVID-19 data use, creating virtual experiences, the responsibility of tech, and hybrid video.
Boost innovation, connect globally: What Microsoft has planned for NZ’s Azure cloud data region, from its local lead
This week, Dave Howden is joined by Patrick Quesnel, Microsoft Azure BG Lead, for a discussion around the new Microsoft Azure region as announced earlier this week.
The Carden brothers speak about the beginnings of 'SaaS' and the market opportunity that helps them build up their startup Joyous - an employee feedback software.
Paul speaks with Greg Cross, Chief Executive at Soul Machines - and winner of NZ Hi-Tech Flying Kiwi award 2019 - on digital humans, artificial Intelligence, and boosting NZ innovation.
In this episode David Howden (Head of Cloud, Umbrellar) is joined by David Downs (Task Force Lead, MBIE) and Scott Arrol (CEO, NZHIT) as they discuss resiliency and community within New Zealand businesses
Podcaster Hamish Webber interviews Umbrellar's Head of Cloud, David Howden, on how Umbrellar is adjusting to the new pandemic-responsive working landscape.
In this episode host podcaster Hamish Webber sits down with the new MD of Microsoft New Zealand Vanessa Sorenson. They talk about her new role within Microsoft, Initiatives she has been involved with during her time in the company and the future of AI and HoloLens.
What are the fundamentals of cloud security? Join General Manager of leading cyber security consultancy, Aura Information Security, Peter Bailey, and our Head of Cloud, Dave Howden, in this sit-down session where they talk fraud, social engineering, business responsibility, chipsets and database protection.
Join Blair Scott and Paul Knox as they talk to Dave Howden about the changes Walkerscott have seen since their inception: IOT and the collection of future looking data, getting your organizational data in order, and the buzz around bees.